Do you think that Call of Duty appeal and Activision's Marketing Muscles are enough to beat the enormous sale record set forth by first Black Ops?
CAN it? Yes. SHOULD it? No.
It won't. I think we will see that the series has plateaued. It will sell a lot but it won't be beating any records. You can't smash records forever expecially when you rehash the same material.
Will it? Yes. Should it? Yes.
Call of Duty breaks records every year
It doesn't release 7 days after Halo 4 every year.
Hmmm....could people with only PC and PS3 play Halo 4?That's Call of Duty advantage its mainstream and available on more hardware....
I haven't played a Call of Duty since MW2, but this one does spark my interest. Maybe its time to get back in the fight!
Well I look at this way it'll keep those pre-teen twats from coming to other games and ruining them. By ruining them I mean camping, not playing the objective, not helping out their team mates, etc. Call of Duty turns people into bitches when playing online. It's ruined many online games because every f***ing developer wants to be like that crappy franchise for the money.
Many analysts say it really needs a new hardware. We want it better than first black ops, performance wise as well as game play
call of duty will see less and less sales totals with each entry until new hardware is released.
There is a lot of positive reaction going on from the Black Ops 2 trailer. I remember there was a lot of negative feedback for the MW3 trailer and that still broke records. People are still going to line up and do the midnight release thing for BO2 and of course its going to shatter MW3's sales numbers. Call Of Duty has become a bit of a happening. I know so many people who swore it off, only to end up buying it anyway. Black Ops 2 looks interesting and it definitely looks fresher than MW3 looked.
Its kinda like addiction vs need of new hardware
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